Circles and Skulls – 100pt Tiebreak Game: Kromac/Kreuger vs Asphyxious/Deneghra (Video)

It all comes down to this. After winning two games each in the campaign this epic game serves as a tiebreaker. It was a fun game!

I hope you enjoyed the campaign – it was a blast to play. Phil is working on some story fluff. Have the Circle Orboros snatched the piece of the Scourge Bringer from Asphyxious. Have the treacherous pirates employed by Cryx seized it? The Legion of Everblight have dispatched scouts to find it. Will they succeed in retrieving? There is still much to play for.

Until next time,

Owen

6 thoughts on “Circles and Skulls – 100pt Tiebreak Game: Kromac/Kreuger vs Asphyxious/Deneghra (Video)

  • 27th July 2012 at 8:14 pm
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    I was looking through old Warmachine books today and re-reading the sample campaign they have in there. What do you think of it? It seems like the sidequest idea would suit the Scourge Bringer campaign quite well!

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  • 27th July 2012 at 8:35 pm
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    The side quests in Escalation are really fun looking. I’d be up for giving them a go at some stage.

    Owen

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  • 27th July 2012 at 8:42 pm
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    Yeah in fact that whole campaign might be a good laugh with some tweaking for Mk II. Not so sure why they insisted on having so many 1000 point battles, that was hardly the standard battle size back then either was it??

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    • 27th July 2012 at 9:08 pm
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      I’d be surprised if there were half a dozen people who played through even one of the seasons in that book. I (barely) remember playing a few of the scenarios at the time. Any you’re specifically interested in trying out? I’d be happy to try to convert them to MkII.

      Owen

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  • 27th July 2012 at 9:12 pm
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    Don’t have it to hand right now, but I think there’s one with Cryx vs Protectorate that seemed interesting.

    Also the one where Kreoss and a handful of Zealots have to somehow stand up to an onslaught of Doomreavers 🙂

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  • 27th July 2012 at 9:15 pm
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    Also the map for Riversmet looks like great fun and demands to be used, although the scenario itself sounds like a nightmare.

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